Gardening Workshop; A Cornucopia of Techniques and Tips

Update! News flash and invitation to visit Levy Extension Center.

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people with plants Join us for an exciting event filled with research based information and techniques.  Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting out, this in-person gathering is perfect for anyone looking to expand their knowledge of gardening in north Florida.  Hosted at the UF/IFAS Extension, Levy County AG Center, this event promises to be a hub of inspiration and learning. Discover new ways to enhance your skills and connect with fellow enthusiasts. Brought to you by an amazing group of Master Gardener volunteers and Horticulture PA, pre-registration is recommended.  $8 Early Bird materials fee. $10 at the door, first serve, space available.

Saturday, November 4

9 am- NOON
Levy County AG Center
625 North Hathaway Avenue
Bronson, 32621

Agenda includes:

*Sand is Not a Dirty Word – A candid conversation about vegetable gardening with focus on siting the garden, varieties, seed sowing with make-n-take activity.

* Underutilized Plants for the north Florida landscape.

*From the Roots Up – delves into citrus and deciduous fruit tree selection and planting.

This is an outdoor activity. Wear closed toe shoes and dress for outdoor weather.

Register online at Eventbrite. This is a link to the Eventbrite external website, click HERE.
Mail check, payable to University of Florida to PO Box 219, Bronson, 32621

Call Barbara L. Edmonds, 352-486-5131 with questions or if accommodations are required. Until then – Happy Gardening!
All extension programs and services are open to all without regard to race, color, age, sex, religion, national origin, or handicap.


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Posted: October 23, 2023

Tags: Citrus, Florida-Friendly Landscaping, Fruit Trees, Gardening, Sandy Soil, Vegetables

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